16 Jan - Moses Majid Limuwa (LANDSAM)

  • Moses Limuwa in discussion about gender
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    B. Kamanga

Moses Majid Limuwa, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Faculty for Landscape and Society will defence his PhD thesis "Small scale fishing communities’ perceptions of climate change and its impact on livelihoods, gender roles and adaptive capacity – A case of Lake Malawi on 16 January 2019.

16 Jan - Moses Majid Limuwa (LANDSAM)

Norwegian title of thesis:

Småskala fiskesamfunns oppfatninger om klimaendringer og innvirkning på levekår, kjønnsroller og adaptiv kapasitet – et kasus fra Lake Malawi.

Presribed title of trial lecture:

How can interdisciplinary science guide policies for enhancement of local people’s livelihoods and sustainable resources management in the Lake Malawi region.

Time and place for the trial lecture and public defence:

Wednesday 16 January at 12:15, Auditorium inVitenparken, Campus Ås.

Evaluation Committee:

First opponent: Professor Mafaniso Michael Hara, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS); University of Western Cape, South Africa
Second opponent: Dr. Jón Geir Pétursson, Environment and Natural Resources, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, University of Iceland
Committee coordinator: Professor Lars Olav Eik, Noragric, Faculty of Landscape and Society, NMBU.

Supervisors:

Main supervisor: Professor Bishal Sitaula, Noragric, Faculty of Landscape and Society, NMBU
Co-supervisor: Professor Espen Sjaastad, Noragric, Professor Trond Storebakken, Faculty of Biosciences, NMBU and Associate professor Gry Synnevåg, Noragric

The doctoral thesis is available for public review at the NMBU library. The thesis number is 2019:16,  ISSN 1894-6402, ISBN 978-82-575-1551-5

Published 2. januar 2019 - 13:41 - Updated 12. januar 2019 - 9:13